Please explore over a decade of publications from the Heldrich Center!
Listed below are selected publications from the Heldrich Center. On the left, you will find publications organized according to publication type (e.g., research brief, presentation, etc.). Below, publications can be viewed in alphabetical or chronological order.
No Man's LandApr 15, 2013
Explores the struggles and challenges of older workers in today's economy and offers suggestions so that older Americans who want or need to work can do so. This article appeared in the April 2013 issue of Policy & Practice.Download
Aging Workforce: Challenges for the Health Care Industry WorkforceApr 01, 2013
Identifies promising strategies from January 2012 symposium and offers some encouraging and notable examples from the participants that policymakers and employers could pursue to address the challenges of an aging health care workforce.Download
Aging Workforce: The Role of Medical Professionals in Helping Older Workers and Workers with Disabilities to Stay at Work or Return to Work and Remain EmployedApr 01, 2013
Reviews highlights of a September 2012 symposium and discusses several promising strategies and actionable recommendations for helping older workers and workers with disabilities to return to work or stay at work.Download
Preparing the Front Line of Medicine to Prevent Needless Work Disability: Private and Public Sector InitiativesFeb 28, 2013
Explores private- and public-sector initiatives designed to prevent needless disability in the medical workplace. Presented at the September 2012 forum, "The Aging Workforce: The Role of Medical Professionals in Helping Older Workers and Workers with Disabilities to Stay at Work or Return to Work and Remain Employed."Download
Opportunities for Change: The Role of Medical Professionals in Encouraging Older Workers and People with Disabilities to Stay At or Return to WorkFeb 28, 2013
Explores the role of medical professionals in helping older workers and workers with disabilities to stay at work or return to work and remain employed.Download